SPOTLIGHT: MA reforms as state reform model? Not necessarily


Many observers have suggested that the health system reforms implemented in Massachusetts could stand as a model for the rest of the U.S. However, one analysis suggests that if other states tried to roll out the Massachusetts model, they'd be forced to raise taxes or impose fees on hospitals and insurers--making its approach far less viable than it seems at first glance. Article

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